How Tinubu Falsified His Parents, Academic Credentials— Dogara

How Tinubu Falsified His Parents, Academic Credentials— Dogara | Daily Report Nigeria

Former Speaker Yakubu Dogara has said that Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC) falsified both his parents’ and academic credentials.

Dogara was reacting to President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent public endorsement of Tinubu’s presidential bid, which he described as a humorous satire and joke.

He urged Nigerians to reject Tinube at the general elections owing to the shady academic, financial, and parental background.

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The former speaker believed that Buhari could not have in good faith recommended the former Lagos governor for president in the face of his obvious inadequacies unless it was a joke.

He said:

“I know that PMB loves to crack jokes but I didn’t know he will escalate it to the level of satire. Asiwaju ll give his best to Nigeria, really? Fake certificates, fake parentage, golden triangle escapades, racketeering. No PMB, Nigeria does not deserve his best but we get the satire.”

Buhari’s endorsement is coming after Tinubu accused members of the Buhari administration of manipulating national issues to cost him the election.

Meanwhile, Dogara is an erstwhile political associate of Tinubu who was said to have lost out in the quest to become Tinubu’s running mate after working hard to ensure the former Lagos governor emerges the APC flag bearer.

Dogara publicly fell out with Tinubu when the latter decided to pick former Borno governor Kashim Shettima, a northern Muslim, as his running mate. Dogara described the decision as “satanic” and has since declared his support for PDP’s Atiku Abubakar.

He said:

One thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I see. My loyalty is to principles not individuals or political parties. You violate the principles I hold dear, I dump you like a bag of weed.”

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